If more people transfer their accounts to credit unions because of Bank Transfer Day. it could be a mixed blessing for some credit unions. However, that’s a problem many credit unions would be glad to worry about.
So far there has been tepid reaction by official Washington to the protests against Wall Street and banks that have spread throughout the nation. This may prove the point of both those on the right and the left that the leaders of our big political and economic institutions just don’t...
Will credit unions again miss the opportunity presented by public anger aginst banks.
Some Southern California credit unions are looking to benefit from the Occupy Wall Street and Bank Transfer Day movements.
Kristen Christian says she wanted to get "a message out to young people about choices," and to her mom's contemporaries, too.
CUNA Mutual Group chief economist says protest cuts across lines, offers opportunity to credit unions.
"Occupy Wall Street" protest targets Nov. 5 as "Bank Transfer Day."